GPMDP: The Best Google Play Music Client for Linux

GPMDP: The Best Google Play Music Client for Linux

Google Play Music Desktop Player is an Open Source electron replica of Google Play Music except it is more awesome. It features last.fm integration, requires fewer resources than its web counterpart (making it lightweight); has no need for flash because it is HTML5 based, and is presently experimenting to add a hands-free voice control feature! GPMDP…

Harmony – A Music Player with Shiny UI and Cloud Compatibility

Harmony – A Music Player with Shiny UI and Cloud Compatibility

Harmony is a cross-platform formerly Open Source music player with cloud compatibility and an intuitive sleek User Interface. It features online music streaming from Spotify and Deezer (among other streaming services), last.fm integration, system integration (local files), and a responsive UI. Harmony Music Player Harmony Music Player with Dark Theme Harmony Music Player Settings Harmony was completely FOSS…

Hyper – The Best Terminal App for Linux

Hyper – The Best Terminal App for Linux

Introducing the most beautiful terminal application for your Linux Operating System. With its primary focus on speed, stability, and development standards that adhere to the correct API for extension (which makes it easier for the Open Source community to participate), Hyperis not just the most beautiful and lightweight terminal app I know, it is the…

Kaku: A Highly Integrated (YouTube and SoundCloud) Media Player for Linux

Kaku: A Highly Integrated (YouTube and SoundCloud) Media Player for Linux

Kaku is a free cross-platform integrated music and video player app with support for various online media streaming including YouTube, Vimeo, and SoundCloud. Built by Chia-Lung, Chen (EragonJ) and other Open Source enthusiasts and contributors, it is released under the MIT license and features a minimal design UI, a playlist selection, video and audio support,…

Kodi – An Award-Winning Media Center for Linux

Kodi – An Award-Winning Media Center for Linux

Kodi is one of the best Media Player applications available in the market for free. The award-winning free and Open Source (GPL) software can not only play videos, music, and games but also podcasts and tons of other media files from both local and network storage, as well as from the Internet. The XBMC Foundation…

Linphone: An Open Source VoIP (SIP) App for Linux

Linphone: An Open Source VoIP (SIP) App for Linux

Linphone is an Open Source Voice Over IP app you can use to make voice and video calls over the Internet, as well as send instant text messages. It uses an open standard for Internet telephony known as SIP and can be used with any SIP VoIP operator including Linphone’s own free SIP audio/video service. Linphone…

Make Unity Look Like Chrome OS With a Tint2 Theme

Make Unity Look Like Chrome OS With a Tint2 Theme

Tint2  (formerly a panel app,) is a light-weight taskbar for Linux desktops with a large variety of configuration options including tweaking the system tray, clock, battery monitor, and a task list of open app windows. Continuing our streak of bringing you applications to customize your Linux desktop with, we bring you ChromeOS (configuration) theme for Tint2. Thanks to…

Meteo-Qt – An Elegant Weather App for Linux Desktops

Meteo-Qt – An Elegant Weather App for Linux Desktops

Meteo-qt is a Python 3 and Qt 5-based application for Linux desktops that displays weather information in desktop panels and desktop notifications, and a 6-day weather forecast in its own window. Meteo-qt Weather Status It gets Weather information from OpenWeatherMap  and is licensed under the GNU General Public License version 3 (GPLv3). Features in Meteo Qt…

MOC – The Best Music Player for Your Linux Console

MOC – The Best Music Player for Your Linux Console

MOC (Music On Console)  is a Music player app for Linux/Unix Command Line Interface designed to be simple and robust enough to run smoothly without significantly affecting other I/O operations. MOC performs sleekly despite system or I/O load because, according to the dev team, it uses the output buffer in a separate thread. It provides gapelss playback…

New Entroware Aether Laptop for Linux Powered with Ubuntu

New Entroware Aether Laptop for Linux Powered with Ubuntu

Linux-specific hardware especially laptops have been seeing a rapid growth in the PC industry as of late. It is no secret that well-established manufacturers like Dell amongst others have been stepping up and slapping Ubuntu on models of their desktops and laptops as an optional operating system for their power users. While we have other…